Published in Sex Weekly Plus, February 9th, 1998
To that end, Danish researcher Dr. Berit Andersen and his colleagues at the University of Aarhus suggest urine samples obtained at home and then sent for analysis provide a non-invasive and less time-consuming alternative ("Home Sampling Versus Conventional Contact Tracing for Detecting Chlamydia trachomatis Infection in Male Partners of Infected Women: Randomized Study," British Medical Journal, January 29, 1998).
Andersen et al. also purport that a similar procedure could be adopted for female partners of males known to be...
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